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Resource Economics

A UMass Library Guide to Resource Economics - Consumer, Family, Food, and Natural Resource Economics

UMass Amherst Library - Resource Economics Collection


Welcome UMass Resource Economics researchers. Start your research with the Best Bets databases in the left column. The complete collection is listed below - 80 subscription databases from the best academic and trade publishers.

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Collection Types: Scholarly - peer reviewed journals, dissertations, e-books, conference proceedings and the famous Web of ScienceProfessional - current high-value report collections - company, industry & market reports, company directories, trade journals, business newspapers, data sets & data visualization tools.

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